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Get the best from Denmark’s charm-laden capital for less with the great-value Copenhagen Card. Choose a 24-, 48-, 72-, 96-, or 120-hour card, and use it like your very own Copenhagen pass: enjoying a plethora of savings and benefits that help you make the very most of this beautiful city. Gain free entry to top Copenhagen attractions, including the legendary Tivoli Gardens and awesome Den Blå Planet aquarium; get valuable discounts on select tours, museum tickets and more; and enjoy free, unlimited use of the city’s public transport networks.
  • Discover Copenhagen for less and at your own pace with a city discount card
  • Enjoy great discounts on tours, plus save money at museums, restaurants, cafes and more
  • Get free and unlimited access to Copenhagen’s train, bus and Metro networks
  • Choose from a 24-, 48-, 72-, 96-, or 120-hour card and create your own sightseeing itinerary
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The Copenhagen Card
Free public transport throughout the Copenhagen region
Discounts at select museums, restaurants and experiences
Copenhagen city map
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Hotel pickup and drop-off
Select a 24-, 48-, 72-, 96-, or 120-hour Copenhagen Card on booking. Then, pick up your money-saving card and complimentary Copenhagen map at Copenhagen International Airport or a redemption point in the city center.

Valid for the stated numbers of hours from when the time you first use it, this great little card helps you make the most of Denmark’s charming capital, with free entry to Copenhagen’s major attractions and complimentary travel on the city's buses, trains, and Metro services.

Plus, the card entitles you to a host of other savings on select visitor experiences, restaurant meals, shopping and more. Gain free admission to the Tivoli Gardens with its wooden coaster and vintage amusements; enjoy complimentary entrance to the remarkable aquarium that is Den Blå Planet; get discounts on sightseeing tours, and save money with cut-price entry to many other activities and landmarks.

Privileges include entrance to the intriguing Amalienborg Museum to see its recreated royal palace interiors, and complimentary admission to the extravagant Rosenborg Palace, built by King Christian IV in the 1600s.

See the Itinerary for a full list of the deals, discounts, and benefits that the card brings.
Itinerary
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Tivoli Gardens
From mid-April to mid-September, a world-class amusement park comes to life in the center of Copenhagen. More than two dozen rides await you, in addition to live entertainment and more than 30 eateries.
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Arken Museum of Modern Art
Arken Museum of Modern Art
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Amalienborg museum
Amalienborg offers two royal experiences that let you get close to royal history through the last 250 years. In Christian VIII’s Palace the museum offers an insight into royal life past and present. You can see the private chambers of former kings and queens and, on most days, there is also admittance to the royal reception rooms (check periods at our website) from the museum. In Christian VII’s Palace you can walk in the footsteps of the royal guests, and be shown round the magnificent rooms where grand festivities are held. You can book a guided tour of Christian VII’s Palace in the ticket office of Christian VIII’s Palace or on our website. Remember that every day at noon you can watch the changing of the The Royal Danish Life Guards.
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Bakkehusmuseet
Bakkehusmuseet
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Casino Copenhagen
Casino Copenhagen
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Copenhagen Amber Museum
The museum is located in Kanneworffs House, a charming old house dating back to 1606, which is one of the oldest houses in Copenhagen.The museum takes you on an exciting journey through the fascinating history of amber. The museum holds an impressive collection of amber antiques and artifacts, including a wide array of entombed insects from prehistoric times as well as some of the world’s largest pieces of Baltic amber.At the museum you can learn about how amber was formed more than 30 million years ago and why we today can find it washed up on Danish coasts. In the exhibition stands you can see different types of amber from all over the world and see how the amber is used. You will also have the opportunity to get an insight into the significance of amber at different stages throughout history.One of the main attractions of the museum is the collection of more than 100 pieces of amber with inclusions of insects and plants. Magnifying glasses, enables the visitor to observe the more than 30 million year-old insects and plants closely.
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Copenhagen ZOO
In ZOO, you can meet more than 4,000 amazing animals and travel between continents in a pushcart. Get goosebumps from close encounters with polar bears and see the world from a giraffe’s perspective. Test yourself against different animals at the Zoofari playground, learn lots of wild animal facts and enjoy delicious food. A world to explore awaits. Open 365 days a year.
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Danish Architecture Center
The Danish Architecture Center (DAC) is the perfect starting point to discover why Copenhagen enjoys worldwide praise as one of the most livable cities with magnificent architecture. DAC is the meeting place for architecture, design and urban culture in Denmark, and it offers a range of professional and cultural activities. At DAC you can enjoy exhibitions about famous architects and engineers, you can explore the DAC design shop, which offers a broad selection of lifestyle products from leading and upcoming brands, or you can visit DAC Cafe. In DAC Cafe, you experience Copenhagen anew - high above Copenhagen’s vibrant city life. Indulge in simple and elegant Nordic dishes made from local and organic produce. You can also experience architecture up close with DAC as your personal guide. Every week, DAC takes you on city tours out where it’s at: On site in the city where people meet and lead their daily lives.
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Danish Museum of Science and Technology
Danish Museum of Science and Technology
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Den Frie.
Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art is the house of the artists and shows exhibitions that are produced, initiated or chosen by artists. Den Frie is especially focused on contemporary artistic communities, collective exhibitions, artists associations and experimental groups and networks. The house is built by artists for artists and today strives to make an interesting and varied exhibition programme, that challenges the exceptional architecture of the building. 10 exhibitions are shown each year, most of them group exhibitions. Apart from those, soloexhibitions with either younger, promising artists or artists, that have made important contributions to art history are presented.
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Experimentarium
Experimentarium
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Falkonergaarden
Falconer shows lasting one hour featuring falcons, eagles and hawks. The show will start inside a photo exibition a continue outdoor in the beatiful countryside about one kilometre north of Fredensborg Castle.Falkonergaarden is only open at the scheduled times on the homepage.
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Frederiksborg Castle
This historic castle was constructed on three islands and is surrounded by lake and beautiful gardens. Frederiksborg Castle has housed The Museum of National History since 1878. A tour through the museum's many beautiful rooms is an encounter with kings, queens, nobles, the bourgeois, events, and epochs, which have all shaped the country's history and development from the Middle Ages to the 21st century. The museum was founded by brewer J.C. Jacobsen, the founder of Carlsberg.
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Gammel Holtegaard
Gammel Holtegaard
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Geological Museum
Geological Museum
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Hans Christian Andersen Fairy tale House
Step into a world of fairy tales. See and listen to Hans Christian Andersen’s many fairy tales in colorful displays with exciting light and sound effects. Experience the entire story of his life – from his childhood to his adult life and his many travels world-wide
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IMAX Tycho Brahe Planetarium
Astronomy exhibits and an Omnimax theater take you from high in space to deep in the oceans.
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J.F. Willumsens Museum
J.F. Willumsens Museum is an art museum located in Frederikssund. The museum contains the entire J.F. Willumsen's collection of works of art. Willumsen donated, in 1947, his entire collection of art to the Danish state which contains both Willumsen's own works, but also his own art collection holding 2000 pieces og art, photographs, books, letters, diaries, notes and records. The museum's original building, was built in 1957 by architect Thyge Hvass. In 2005 the museum was expanded and now contains nine exhibition halls, a junior museum, open magazines and a self-service café.
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Jaegerspris Slots Museum
Jaegerspris Slots Museum
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Koge Museum
Koge Museum
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Kronborg Slot
Kronborg Castle towers above a very narrow promontory between the coasts of Denmark and Sweden. The renaissance castle stands majestically with its spires, towers, columns, sandstone and copper roofs. Kronborg Castle is a magnificent renaissance castle and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. This year marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. Kronborg Castle is marking this occasion by celebrating Shakespeare's immortal play Hamlet with a cocktail of theatrical adventure, drama and festivities in the magnificent halls of the castle.
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Kunstforeningen Gl Strand
Kunstforeningen GL STRAND is a modern art centre in the heart of Copenhagen, housed in one of the city´s beautiful late-baroque townhouses. GL STRAND hosts 6-8 annual exhibitions in addition to a varied program of events related to the changing exhibitions. The exhibitions are aimed at a wide audience and reflect our time, either by offering a contemporary perspective on themes from art history or by presenting the latest international and Danish contemporary art. The interdisciplinary art exhibitions are another characteristic of GL STRAND where visual art enters into dialogue with other disciplines such as fashion, film and design. During the summer of 2018 you can experience the exhibition VOUGE Like a Painting. The exhibition explores the relationship between fashion photography and fine arts through a selection of images from the archives of Vogue magazine. VOGUE Like a Painting is a pleasure trip through various aesthetic expressions, presented in spellbinding large-scale phot
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Kunsthal Charlottenborg
Kunsthal Charlottenborg
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Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art collection focuses on contemporary works from 1945 to the present. Works by Pablo Picasso, Jean Dubuffet and Louise Bourgeois are part of the permanent exhibition at this white villa named Louise, after the first (and second and third) wife of the man who commissioned the building.
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M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark
The Maritime Museum of Denmark is an award winning museum built by renowned architects BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group. The museum hosts spectacular, evocative and inclusive exhibitions that actively involve a broad audience of children and adults, women and men, sea captains and laymen.
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Mosede Fort, Denmark 1914-18
Travel 100 years into the past, to a time when world war raged around Denmark. Explore the many surprising stores and immerse yourself in an era where Denmark is on the brink of war. Denmark must fight for its neutrality and avoid being drawn into the war. It is a time of trench digging, mine laying and great umanitarian efforts. The Danish welfare state is born as politicians intervene to keep the people united, while profiteers make a fortune off the war.
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Museet for Samtidskunst
Museet for Samtidskunst
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National Gallery of Denmark
The National Gallery of Denmark is a living museum - located in Copenhagen - with a unique collection of Danish and international art. It is the only museum in Denmark where you can enjoy a tour of 700 years of art history and also experience the nation's largest collection of Danish art from the eighteenth century to today's cutting-edge contemporary art. The museum provides guided tours, workshops for children, live performances, concerts and much more. When you purchase a one-day ticket, you get unlimited access to all permanent displays, special exhibitions, the Bookshop, the Café. Visiting the Children's Workshop will cost an additional fee of DKK 30. Adults: DKK 110 Under 30: DKK 85 Under 18: Free 1 adult + 1 child: DKK 90 Annual pass holders: Free Groups (10+): DKK 100 per person
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The Circus Museum
Explore amazing costumes, fun props, and watch rare footage at the museum. Almost every Sunday (11am-12:30pm) and every opening day in July, you can also try out everything from juggling to trapeze. The museum puts on special events during the holidays. The museum is closed during the Christmas holidays. Check the website for special events.
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Our Saviour's Church
KIRKENs ABNINGSTIDER Dagligt kl. 11.00-15.30 Fri entre Lukket for sightseeing under kirkelige handlinger THE CHURCH - OPENING HOURS Daily 11am-3:30pm Free entrance Closed for sightseeing during services
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Ripley's Believe It or Not! Copenhagen
25% - RIPLEYS Believe It OR Not! Step into Ripley's wonderful world of crazy and strange abnormalities. It is quite incredible - and 100% true. See it in the only Ripley's Believe It or Not! in Scandinavia. Believe It or Not!
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Rosenborg Castle
The beautiful 400-year-old castle is situated in central Copenhagen's popular park, The King's Garden. The castle was built by one of the most famous Scandinavian kings, Christian IV. Today, the glory of the past can be experienced through the numerous art treasures of the previous kings and queens. Among the main attractions is the Great Hall with the coronation thrones and three life-size silver lions standing guard. The crown jewels and royal regalia sparkle behind the thick walls of the treasury beneath the castle.
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Roskilde Domkirke
The royal burial church of Denmark and a UNESCO world heritage site. Experience a magnificent church and an architectural masterpiece. 1000 Years of Danish history are gathered here under beautifully decorated vaults and in dark crypts. Here 39 kings and queens of Dnemark lie buried. Roskilde Cathedral is just 20 minutes away by train from Copenhagen central station.
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Roskilde Museum
Roskilde Museum in the center of Roskilde City, is housed in two of the city's oldest historic houses - "Sukkerhuset" and "Liebes Gard". At the museum you can in a modern and interactive exhibtion experience the dramatic history of the city and the cultural heritage of the region through unique archaeological finds and exciting newer objects. You are also close to the story of one of Denmark's oldest and most important cities - a history of national importance. In addition to the museum's exhibitions, the museum offers year round an exciting and varied event program for all age groups and interests. At the museum you will also find a museumshop and a cafe
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Ruins Under Christiansborg
Ruins Under Christiansborg
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Rundetarn
The Round Tower Lookout Tower – Observatory – Exhibitions – Concerts.One of the best-known and most popular structures in Denmark, the Round Tower has been a distinctive feature of the Copenhagen skyline since 1642. The Tower once soared far above the rest of the rooftops in the city, and University astronomers studied the stars and planets from the Observatory at the top. The scholars may have forsaken the building a long time ago, but during the winter visitors are still able to gaze at the cosmos from Europe's oldest functioning observatory. The platform that runs around the outside of the Observatory affords views over the old Latin Quarter – from here, you can spot most of the city's famous buildings. The Round Tower does not have an elevator, so visitors have to climb the winding, white-washed Spiral Walk, where kids often hide in the niches, only to jump out shouting “boo!” as adults approach. Halfway up the tower is the entrance to the large and stunningly beautiful Library Hall, which now serves as a popular gallery and concert venue. It hosts several exhibitions a year, and stages concerts almost every week. Above the Library is the Bell Loft, notable for its enormous wooden beams, which were used in the reconstruction of the Tower following the great fire of Copenhagen in 1728. The Loft is also home to a small exhibition of fascinating artefacts from the Tower's history, including Christian IV's wax seal, a tin of medicine produced by Tycho Brahe, and a piece of the bomb that exploded in the Library Hall during the bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807.The Round Tower was built by Christian IV between 1637 and 1642. It was the first part of the Trinitatis Complex, which combined church, library and observatory in a single building.
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Storm
Storm P. Museum
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The Hirschsprung Collection (Den Hirschsprungske Samling)
The Hirschsprung Collection is beautifully situated in the green parklands of the Ostre Anlaeg on the old ramparts of Copenhagen. The museum houses Heinrich and Pauline Hirschsprung's collection of Danish art and first opened its doors to the public in the summer of 1911. The museum was designed by the architect H.B. Storck, while the original interior and display was designed by the art historian Emil Hannover, who also became the museum's first Director. Henrich Hirschsprung donated his collection of works from the 19th century to the Danish state in 1902. The collection includes masterpieces by the Danish Golden age painters such as Eckersberg, Lundbye and Kobke as well as artists from the modern period such as the famous Danish painters P.S. Kroyer and Vilhelm Hammershoi. Opening hours: Wednesday-Sunday: 11 AM - 4 PM. Admission: Adults 75 DDK. Under 18 free.
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The National Museum of Denmark
The National Museum of Denmark is the largest culture-historical museum in Denmark. The museum is a dynamic cultural institution offering a great variety of exhibitions and activities. Our artefacts come from all over the world and from different time periods. We can take you on a journey, traveling thousands of years through time and experience everything from the Danish national treasure the Golden Horns and the 3000 year old Egtved Girl to African masks and Egyptian mummies. In the Children's Museum, you can see and try things that show how people ate, worked, played and dressed hundreds of years ago in different environments.
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The Open Air Museum
Experience the historic and atmospheric buildings from different parts of Denmark at The Open Air Museum. You can see impressive and atmospheric buildings, old breeds of domestic animals in the fields and attractive, historic gardens. Take a ride in the horse-drawn carriage and find inspiration in the museum shop. Bring along your family and a picnic basket and enjoy a day at the Open Air Museum.
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The Karen Blixen Museum
A historic home, bird sanctuary, park, and museum all in one, located in the house of writer and Nobel Prize finalist Baroness Karen Blixen (in the US and UK, Isak Dinesen), known especially for "Out of Africa" and "Seven Gothic Tales". The museum not only maintains the 17th century house, Blixen's furnishings, and the park, but regularly hosts exhibitions related to Blixen's life and work in Kenya and Denmark. Recent exhibitions have included an exhibition "HER" by internationally acclaimed artist Candice Breitz about Meryl Streep's career.
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The Vedbaek Finds
The Vedbaek Finds
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The Workers Museum
Get up close and personal with the everyday life of Danish working class families in the historical assembly hall from 1879 in the centre of Copenhagen. Learn about struggles which ordinary workers have faces in unity through more than 150 years, Step out in the backyard where the laundry hangs on clothes lines, and let yourself be guided through small flats, steps staircases, outdoor latrines, the beautiful banquet hall and the old trade union office. Let the kids play in the old grocery shop in the Kid's museum with goods, scales and small change, Give them af job at the brewery, as a bicycle delivery boy or girl and let them expericence the hard life as working class children in the 1930s. Take a break in the authentic coffee bar from the 1950s and have traditional Danish 'smørrebrød' (open faced sandwiches) for lunch in the Cafe & Ølhalle - the basement restaurant.
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Thorvaldsens Museum
See sculptures created by sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen, whose work can be found across Europe. Long corridors allow for natural light and echo the creative ambiance. The Museum opened on September 18, 1848. It is Denmark’s oldest and also most extraordinary museum building. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
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Viking Ship Museum
Feel the presence of history when you stand before the five original Viking ships that bear witness to war, trade and sea voyages to distant places. The Viking Ship Museum focuses on the Vikings’ maritime craftsmanship and their impressive ships. Follow the work in the Boatyard, visit the large boat collection in the Museum Harbour and try your hand at Viking crafts.
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Krigsmuseet
Krigsmuseet
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Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden The beautiful Botanical Garden, situated in the heart of Copenhagen, is a living museum and home to Denmark’s largest collection of plants from all over the world, incl. species that are extinct in the wild. The garden features everything from spectacular orchids to cycads from the time of the dinosaurs. In the Victorian Palm House, you get to experience the rainforest from above, and in the summertime, you can even study living butterflies up close. Also, visit the garden shop and coffee cart. The Botanical Garden is part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark.
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Baadfarten boat tour
Experience the stunning nature on the lakes outside of Copenhagen with Baadfarten. Dating back to the start 1890’s, Baadfarten sails with old wooden boats on three beautiful lakes: Lyngby Lake - Millstream, Bagsværd Lake and Furesøen. Two of the original boats, Princess Alexandrine from 1895 and Prince Christian from 1896 are still in full service today. Baadfarten has three different tours on the lakes, which are situated in the most idyllic landscapes. You can discover Denmark’s deepest lake Furesøen, explore the beautiful Lyngby Lake and Millstream and sail on Bagsværd Lake with its nature and culture opportunities. The roundtrips take between 1-2 hours, depending on the tour.
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Canal Tours
Join a guided tour around the harbour and through the idyllic canals where your guide will tell you about Copenhagen's beautiful churches, castles, old listed houses, new buildings, and other sights of interest. The classic and original tour, dating back to 1904, departs from Ved Stranden and passes by some of Copenhagen’s best sights and attractions. The tour is conducted with a live guide in Danish, English and a third language (German, Italian, French or Spanish). You can find further information about languages at the ticket office at Ved Stranden. During the tour you will pass by some of the most interesting sights in Copenhagen: The Operahouse, Amalienborg Palace, The Old Stock Exchange, Christianshavn, Our Saviours Church, Battery Sixtus, The Black Diamond, ‘BLOX’, the Little Mermaid and much, much more. During the winter, the boats are covered and heated. NB! Copenhagen Card holders must depart from Ved Stranden.
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The Royal Kitchens of Christiansborg Palace
Pay a visit to the Royal Kitchen under Christiansborg. This is where you can have a unique look behind the scenes of the royal parties and celebrations. What goes on in the royal kitchen when there is a gala dinner at the palace in 1937? The sweet aroma of beef tenderloin for 275 guests wafts out of the ovens - muscular chefs stagger around under the weight of the ton-heavy copper pots - the confectioner constructs exquisite crowns of candied fruit. Come and experience the royal party preparations as they are today and in days of old.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Royal Stables
The Royal Stables are located at Christiansborg Palace on the island of Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen. In 1789 the number of horses reached a peak with 270 horses stabled. Today, there are about 20 horses in the Royal Stables. The museum has three departments: The Harness Room with old uniforms of the Royal Stables and the splendidly decorated eight-horse harness with a wealth of lovely details - the actual Stables with the Royal Family's carriage and saddle horses, and finally the Coach Hall with old well-preserved state coaches and carriages. The Royal Stables are regularly open to the public but during holiday period, the horses are turned to grass.
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Christiansborg Palace
The Royal Reception Rooms at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen are used by the Queen for official occasions. These occasions include representative dinners in connection with official visits from foreign heads of state, the official New Year's Banquet, and for receiving newly appointed ambassadors when they come to deliver their credentials. The Reception Rooms are richly adorned with furniture and works of art rescued from the two previous palaces, as well as decorations by some of the best Danish artists, such as Nikolaj Abraham Abildgaard, Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg and Bjørn Nørgaard. Admission during opening hours, provided that the royal family is not using the premises for official occasions.
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Copenhagen Contemporary
Copenhagen Contemporary is Copenhagen's international art center showing installation art created by world stars and new emerging talents. Copenhagen Contemporary is one of Scandinavia's largest exhibition venues for contemporary art and a lively meeting place for a wide audience. Copenhagen Contemporary creates collaborative partnerships and organises events with a number of different partners across cultural genres locally and internationally. You can attend art talks, art walks, concerts, creative workshops for children, visit Copenhagen Contemporary 's own shop offering Scandinavian design, and experience the unique and historical city district of Refshaleøen.
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Oresund Aquarium
The Øresund Aquarium (Øresundsakvariet) in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen, is a part of the University of Copenhagen’s museums and also an information and research center for water environment – and a ”must see” for everybody interested in the marine life in the Danish waters. The aquarium is a locally placed saltwater aquarium specialized in the marine life in Oresund (Øresund). It is placed close to the northern harbor of Elsinore and with the sound as a close neighbor. Visiting the aquarium will give you a thorough insight into the colorful and fascinating world, which is found on the seabed of the Danish waters and fiords.
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Zoological Museum
Explore natural history among animals from all over the world. At the museum, you will meet the mammoth, the 17-meters-long dinosaur, Misty, and other prehistoric giants. Walk in the footsteps of Charles Darwin in the exhibition on evolution or visit the Natural History Laboratory where you can touch the soft fur of the animals and their sharp teeth. The museum also organizes events and guided tours for the whole family. Visit the museum shop and add to your own collection of natural treasures. The Zoological Museum is part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark.
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Helsingoer Vaerftsmuseum
The Shipyard Museum is about the time where the city’s shipyard built ships, and the working class was growing. Helsingør Shipyard Museum is a story about hard work, noise, pride, and solidarity in times past where the shipyard whistle controlled the life of the city. Economic as well as work wise, socially, culturally and politically the shipyard was the natural central point. The shipyard was by far the biggest workplace. When the shipyard whistle announced lunch and closing time it was like experiencing a cycling race. Hundreds of cyclists fought to be the first to come home, whereas the way to work was calmer. The Shipyard was the driving force in the new Helsingør after the time of Sound Toll that secured thousands of families their bread and butter and tax for the city. The shipyard museum informs of the workplace and the shipyard city over 100 years and secures memories and reminiscences from a time where Helsingør was an industrial town, self-sufficient with jobs.
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The Vessels at Holmen: Saelen, Sehested and Peder Skram
The submarine Sælen was commissioned into the Royal Danish Navy in 1990 as the last submarine in Danish service. It was also the only submarine to ever participate in hostilities. Sælen is a small dieselelectric submarine, particularly suited for operations in coastal waters where it could encroach without detection. It was armed with eight torpedo-tubes and could deploy navy seals. When you visit the submarine, you will experience how the conditions were for the crew of 24 sailors. During the Cold War, submarines of the Royal Danish Navy were feared by the enemy due to their low detectability. In 2002 Sælen participated in NATO counter terrorism operations in the Mediterranean. Shortly before its return to Denmark, the submarine was redirected to the Arabian Gulf where it, along with the Corvette Olfert Fischer, conducted crucial operations during the second war in Iraq. Sælen was decommissioned in 2004.
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The Vessels at Holmen: Saelen, Sehested and Peder Skram
The Willemos-class Fast Attack Craft SEHESTED, along with its 9 sister ships, served as a prominent part of the naval defence of Denmark and NATO during the Cold War. The enemy was right in fearing this vessel which, with its small size and crew, was armed as potently as a major surface combatant. The class was armed with wirecontrolled torpedoes, long range Harpoon missiles, and a 76mm gun. These ships could serve as minelayers and were equipped with modern technology for combat information, artillery direction and sensors. In addition, ships were quite seaworthy and could reach a speed of 40 knots (74 km/h or 46 mp/h). The crew consisted of 25 young men and women who lived in cramped conditions. The individual crewmember was held to a high standard of professional excellence and teamwork.
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The Vessels at Holmen: Saelen, Sehested and Peder Skram
Peder Skram was part of the Royal Danish Navy from 1966-1988. Peder Skram was the first large warship in the world to use a combination of gas turbines and diesel engines for propulsion. It could reach a speed of approximately 30 knots (55 km/h or 34 mp/h) using gas turbines. In case of war the frigate was a heavily armed flagship in the defense of the Baltic coast of Germany and the Danish islands against a naval invasion from the Warsaw Pact. The coordination of Operation Hurricane, large scale air raids, and missile attacks on hostile landing forces, was to be coordinated from the combat information center of Peder Skram. Onboard the frigate you can experience the life of Danish naval personnel during the Cold War. You can witness how the 200 crewmembers of a Navy Flagship lived and worked every day. You can visit different stations: the combat information center, engine room, galley, bridge and even the gun turret.
Duration: 45 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
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The Vessels at Holmen: Saelen, Sehested and Peder Skram
The most significant building on Holmen is the Mast Crane from 1749. The crane was used for keel hauling of ships and insertion of masts. It is built entirely of wood, and the wall around it is only a shell that protects the woodwork from wind and weather. The crane was able to lift twenty tons – only using manpower. Holmen was the main base, dock yard and anchorage for the Royal Danish Navy from 1690 to 1993. Copenhagen maintained a military home base as far back as the late 13th century, but the Navy was not granted a shipyard until around 1500. This was located on Bremerholm in the inner city. The Mast Crane offers a viewpoint with an impressive 360 degrees view over Holmen and Copenhagen.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
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Solve A Mystery
Use the city as a playground and dive into murder mysteries built on real life events. 'Solve A Mystery' is a concept where you must work together in a group to solve funny, versatile tasks together and find the killer. You use the city as your playground and interact with the historic surroundings of Copenhagen. Envelope pick up You can pick up your envelope at Arms Gallery, Nybrogade 26, 1203 Copenhagen. You open the envelope outside the Castle and take out the murder mystery. A brutal murder has been committed. It’s your job to find the killer. You will be guided around a historical setting while you solve puzzles and tasks. Good luck... you need it :) Players per group: 1-4. The murder mystery can be played at any time.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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Tower tour
See Copenhagen from above with a tour up to the City Hall Tower. With its 105.6 meters, Copenhagen City Hall is one of the tallest buildings in Copenhagen. There are about 300 steps from the sidewalk and up to the tower, which gives you a view of Tivoli Gardens and the inner city. Tower tours Tours of the tower runs Monday-Friday at 11:00 and 14:00. On Saturdays, the tour runs at 12:00.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Museum of Copenhagen
Your Fast Track to Copenhagen History What kind of city is Copenhagen? Begin your visit to Copenhagen at the Museum of Copenhagen, right behind City Hall. Here in just half an hour, you’ll get a grasp of key historical sites and events. Explore the trading of the Viking Age, plagues, fires, before arriving at the free city of Christiania. A wealth of original exhibits, including the first city arms, a 700-year-old child’s shoe, and an early Copenhagen bench bring the city of the past to life. The interactive model of the city gives you an overview.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Lejre Land of Legends
Lejre Land of Legends is a unique and stunningly beautiful open-air museum, which offers its visitors to embark on a journey through time and space. Explore the reconstruction of the largest Viking Kings Hall ever found, an impressive high seat fit for the warrior kings from the dawn of the Viking Age. Visit a series of authentic reconstructed settlements, houses, and active workshops from the Iron, Stone, and Viking Ages, and immerse yourself in the past brought to life. Try activities for all ages, and go sailing in a dugout canoe or test your aim with bow and arrow. Meet the researchers and craftsmen and let them fill you in on new theories of how to interpret the relics from the past. History brought to life Discover an atmospheric attraction for the whole family. 10.000 years of Danish history brought to life, located in the beautiful historic landscape in National Park Land of the Scyldings.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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Lejre Museum
According to written sources from the middle ages, it was in the area surrounding Lejre Museum, that the birth of the Danish realm took place. It is here, you find the first line of Danish kings, Skjoldungerne, who, according to the legend, had their base during the Iron Age and the Viking Age in Denmark (500-1000 A.C.). The exhibition is divided into three general themes. The first presents the original sources – the written myths and the archaeological evidence. Here you can experience the legendary myths through sound, light, and film, and it is here, that you get an introduction to the history of Lejre. The second main theme is shaped like a big digital wall map, where you actively can seek information about the monuments and the excavations in the area surrounding the museum. In the third theme, you find the museums archaeological treasures from the area – the world-renowned Odin-statue, the Gevninge-finding and Denmarks largest silver treasure, Mannerupskatten.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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The Danish Music Museum
At The Danish Music Museum, everyone can become one with the magic of music. Travel back in time and experience the Danish lur and the violino arpa. Try out violins, French horn, and harps in our hands-facilities. Or explore the future of music, become a DJ for the day, play the laser harp and try out the fascinating future instrument, the Omni.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Ordrupgaard
You will find Ordrupgaard in scenic, peaceful surroundings just 10 km north of Copenhagen. The museum offers a unique array of world-class art, design and architecture. Monet, Degas, Gauguin – and Hammershøi At Ordrupgaard, you can explore one of Northern Europe’s most important collections of French Impressionism, featuring leading figures like Monet, Degas and Gauguin. In addition, visitors can enjoy an exquisite collection of Danish art focusing on Vilhelm Hammershøi and his contemporaries – as well as a succession of special exhibitions. Finn Juhl, Zaha Hadid and Snøhetta You can also visit the former home of furniture designer and architect Finn Juhl. Star architect Zaha Hadid and the award-winning design studio Snøhetta have also made their imprint on Ordrupgaard. Ever since the couple who founded Ordrupgaard, Wilhelm and Henny Hansen, moved here in 1918, a pleasant, informal atmosphere has infused this place. It still does, making the museum popular with all generations.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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North Atlantic House
North Atlantic House is an art center where you can encounter North Atlantic art and culture. Here, people from Iceand, Greenland, The Faroe Islands, Denmark - and the rest of the world - meet and inspire one another. A visit to North Atlantic House is guaranteed to expand your horizon and stir your senses. You will find two exhibition rooms in which you can get a taste of North Atlantic culture through changing exhibitions, that shed light on the art scene of each of the three countries, in turn. Furthermore, on specific days and evenings, you can experience everything from concerts, movies, presentations and events. Explore North Atlantic art and culture in the beautiful warehouse from the 1700s. Built in 1767, North Atlantic House was the port for maritime traffic between Denmark and the North Atlantic for over 200 years.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Nikolaj Kunsthal
Nikolaj Kunsthal exhibits Danish and international contemporary art in the heart of Copenhagen. The art centre is located in the former St. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen’s third oldest church with one of the tallest towers in the city – a unique setting for contemporary art Europe-wide. With pertinent and innovative exhibitions, the art centre offers Copenhagen locals and visitors inspiring and challenging insights into contemporary artistic and cultural developments. Nikolaj Kunsthal collaborates with a wide range of organisations locally, nationally and internationally in the realm of new artistic forms and media. The art centre also creates projects in public space, an annual and popular exhibition for children, as well as hosting Denmark’s largest video art festival FOKUS.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Munkeruphus
Munkeruphus is a former artist’s house, idyllically situated overlooking the Sound between Gilleleje and Dronningmølle. The listed building, which was the home and workplace of the hybrid artist Gunnar Aagaard Andersen (1919-1986), has changing exhibitions. There is also a small shop, a charming café with views of the sea, and a large garden with sculptures and outside dining. Events, guided tours, and workshops are held during the summer months. Come and discover a unique gallery with a fascinating history and a stunning location!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Frederikssund Museum, Faergegarden
Frederikssund Museum is Roskilde fjord's cultural history museum. Frederikssund Museum's new permanent exhibition deals with the interaction between man, life around the fjords and Frederikssund's history. Frederikssund Museum is located just above the Crown Prince Frederiks Bro at Hornsherred in the historic red building from 1893. In the late 1900s, the old Færgegård (ferry house) was used as a guesthouse, where there were both guest rooms, kitchen and utility room that was often rented to families with children who would like to experience the fjord and the scenic surroundings around the area. It is said that Mr. Lorentzen who was hiring out of the farm at that time was a nice man towards the children and were allowed to pick wild raspberries in the woods behind the farm.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is located in the center of Copenhagen and the museum collection consists primarily of works of art and archaeological objects from Ancient Egypt, the worlds of Ancient Greece and Rome, Etruscan Culture, as well as Danish and French art of the 19th century. The collection The collection of ancient sculpture includes an extensive collection of Ancient Greek and Roman portrait heads as well as a large collection of Palmyrene portraits. The modern part of the collection includes French sculpture from the 19th century – featuring a significant selection of works by Auguste Rodin – and French painting from 1800 to 1950, with Impressionism and Paul Gauguin as the absolute stars, plus a collection of Danish Golden Age Art. The greater proportion of the collection forms part of the museum’s permanent exhibitions, though there are, also, temporary special exhibitions which help to develop a perspective on the museum’s collection with the aid of works on loan.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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Kunsthal Charlottenborg
Kunsthal Charlottenborg is one of the largest and most beautiful exhibition spaces for contemporary art in Northern Europe. The Dutch-inspired baroque palace housing the exhibition halls is an addition to the historical Charlottenborg Palace. Since 1883 contemporary art has been presented in the unique exhibition building designed just for that purpose after French example. The exhibition space presents an ambitious program with international outlook featuring new talents as well as established stars from both Denmark and abroad. Kunsthal Charlottenborg presents uncompromising and agenda-setting art still understandable for everyone. The trendsetting exhibition program is supplemented with a large number of activities like artist talks, performances, concerts and film screenings.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Medical Museion
A must-see museum for all who is curious about the human body, disease, and health. Medical Museion is not for delicate souls – diseases and their treatment have always been dramatic. But if you dare to face how the human body has been understood and treated over time - from antiquity to the age of the gene - this is the place for you. Explore the beautiful exhibitions in the historic Royal Academy for Surgeons from 1787.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Nettobådene
Make yourself comfortable in one of the blue Netto-Boats and see Copenhagen from the waterfront. Enjoy the scenery that passes by while your guide tells about the sights in Danish, English, and German.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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RAGNAROCK - Museet for pop, rock og youth culture
Museum for pop, rock and youth culture! See, hear and feel your way through the history of rhythmic music from 1950s rock'n'roll, through1980s pop culture to today's wild rhythms - and get an idea of tomorrow's music scene. But RAGNAROCK is more than a roller coaster ride in the colorful history of music. First and foremost you get the story of roaring youth generations that through different times creates its own culture, communicating globally through music and have huge impact on society. RAGNAROCK is also an exciting Exploratorium. Dance our way through history and find your favorite song.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Rudolph Tegners Museum
At the Rudolph Tegner Museum and Statue park in Dronningmølle north of Copenhagen, you can view the work of Danish sculptor Rudolph Tegner (1873 - 1950). The museum was built by Rudolph Tegner himself. In 1916 he bought a piece of land where he constructed a building to display his own art. Today several hundred pieces of his art is on display at the museum and in the surrounding garden. Rudolph Tegner was viewed as a provocateur at his time, but is today regarded as a ground breaking artist. His sculptures are very monumental and intense. Children can play in the park The surrounding garden is a great place for children with lots of activities. Moreover, the museum offers workshops and orienteering race in the Statue park. If you get hungry or thirsty while visiting the museum, you can go to the little nice café, where you can buy coffee, cake, toast, soup or a light lunch.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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Skibsklarerergaarden
The museum Skibsklarerergaarden describes the first grand time of prosperity, Sundtoldtiden/The time of the Sound Toll. The house is the best-preserved merchant’s house and shipbroker house. It dates back to the 16th century, but the condition it is in now, dates back to 1780 and the following decades, and has remained unchanged.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Guinness World Records Museum
Records galore at the only Guinness World Records museum in Europe. The most incredible world records from all over. The fastest, highest, strongest … etc. That’s what you meet at this museum. Test yourself in the museum’s new activity room and explore the wonders on the new big touch screens, presenting you to the most astonishing records. See spectacular milestones in human history, fantastic achievements, unique wonders of the animal kingdom and loads of bizarre and grotesque records, you never knew existed, when passing by the world’s tallest man at the entrance on Strøget. When you scan your Copenhagen Card at Guinness World Records you also get access to The Mystic Exploratorium which you will find at the same entrance.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
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Danish Jewish Museum
The exhibition at the Danish Jewish Museum in Copenhagen is a broad presentation of Jewish life in Denmark throughout 400 years, and is a selection from the museum's own collection. The world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind's characteristic architecture will - in an almost labyrinthine manner - lead you into the enthralling universe of the Danish Jewish culture. The exhibition interior was put together in close dialogue with Daniel Libeskind's architecture, which is reminiscent of the famous Jewish Museum in Berlin.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Upon collection, your card is valid for one year until activated
  • Upon activation, the card is personal and non-transferable and non-refundable. There will be no refunds or replacements for lost or stolen cards
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • OPERATED BY Wonderful Copenhagen
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  • "Copenhagen card is a must if you can walk and do city touring on your own!" See review
  • "Also it is good for 24 hours, so if you start using it at 1:00pm on day one it is valid until 1:00 pm on day 2." See review
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Worth buying if you’re going to visit places
elaineburt
, Feb 2020
Used this card for travelling on metro, train and canal boat tour. Visited den Blau planet, Tivoli Gardens, National Museum of Denmark and Ripleys Believe it or not. We had a 72 hour pass and done a flying visit at Tivoli as we didn’t realise you could only visit one time using the card.
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Recommend
Nikie_S
, Feb 2020
It was great, but the timed limitation is stressful as we were unsure of our plans. You can’t beat the discounts and free transportation. Entrance fees, etc.... highly recommend.... but, maybe more ideal for those that have a set schedule...they would be the optimal consumer! xo
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Wonderful wonderful!
helgawooddesigns
, Feb 2020
Well worth the investment - We collected the card on our first morning in the city , and because Copenhagen is so compact, we fitted in 5 museums, two art galleries, an evening of magic at the Tivoli gardens, and a great canal boat trip in our whistle-stop 48 hour visit.
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Great value for the price
641maryi
, Nov 2019
We enjoyed the special rates for museum entrances & transportation for our 2 day window using the Copenhagen card.
2 travelers found this review helpful
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Copenhagen Card
eea442
, Nov 2019
Great way to get around city--covers buses, trains, etc, and gives access to most things you'll want to see without having to pay separate entrance fees. Worth it.
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False advertising
Michael_O
, Oct 2019
While we used the Copenhagen Card to enter places, we found the Hop On Hop Off bus was NOT included in this pass. This meant that purchasing the ticket for the bus in addition to the pass made it very costly. As it is advertised as part of the pass, this is false advertising. Because of the pass, they gave us a reduction in the bus fares, but this was not what was promised. Very disappointing!
star-5
Extremely convenient and easy to use
innik2019
, Oct 2019
You can pick up your card at the airport information desk right after you collect your luggage. We used it on buses and trains and it includes entry to all the popular attractions. Also it is good for 24 hours, so if you start using it at 1:00pm on day one it is valid until 1:00 pm on day 2.
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Great value for your money
Bernadette S
, Sep 2019
I’m very happy I researched the Copenhagen card before visiting Copenhagen. I purchased the 24 hour card for me and my son. The clock starts ticking when you first swipe the card. They also count on the honor system. You write down the time and calendar date you plan to use it on the bottom of the card in ballpoint pen. The card includes all museums one time per museum and all transportation all over Copenhagen from trains to buses even hop on hop off boat rides. For $62 for all those perks??? It was definitely a great deal. Loved my visit.
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Copenhagen Card
Kim H
, Sep 2019
We loved using this to see the sights and get around town. It made it so easy and convenient. Will use again if we visit again.
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Great savings
Cindy S
, Aug 2019
We have used the card for many museums and the open air museum was great. The bonus was the use pf buses and trains.

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